Date of Stay:
May, 2018 -
This is the first negative review I I have written about a park. We politely, quietly reported and objected to an electrical problem with our site. We had been given site 68. We have a 50 amp cord and plug. This CG had 30 amp services. Several big rigs around us had similar cords also using a surge guard and an adapter. Their connections were OK. The 30 amp receptacle was too loose. It would also arc when he tried to get our adapter to fit properly. A man we assumed to be the owner brought out an adapter of his own which also did not properly fit the outlet. He told DH that it was our fault as our cord, surge guard and adapter combination was too heavy. He told DH to use a bungee cord to hold the electrical plug in the outlet then he walked away saying that he had to go somewhere. DH used a plastic clamp to hold the plug in place as a bungee would not have fit around the box. When he got the connection to hold our surge guard gave the message that the L1 and the neutral were reversed. This means that the outlet was not properly grounded and unsafe to use. DH reported this info to the office. They told him to try another site in the 80s. That particular site also gave the L1 & negative reversed message. DH tried the empty site next to us which checked out OK so he asked whether we might move to that site. The owner came back and instructed DH not to touch any of his sites. That if we did not keep the defective site we had then we had to leave. I pointed out that there were other RVs using identical equipment to our own with no problems. He told us that since he could not make us happy that we had to leave the CG. He would give us a refund. I quietly mentioned that I would have to write some reviews about this treatment but he just shrugged. He also told us to go to a certain rv park down the street. Instead we went to a different park which has good reviews. We camped at Hi Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
If you stay here check your electrical box before you do anything else.
Date of Stay:
September, 2017 -
The people were very nice. We did not use the pool but it looked good. The free continental breakfast was very good as others have mentioned. Our site was our first experience with a "buddy site". Our door faced the door of the fifth wheel next to us. The picnic tables for both sites were between our rigs.It was OK but I think I prefer the usual arrangement that offers a bit of privacy. The roads are easy to negotiate. We stayed at some beautifully landscaped places on our two month trip. Some of those had roads that were more difficult to negotiate due to plantings and rock placement. DH is an excellent driver but this park being in the high desert as it is offered no difficulties concerning the roads and the sites as there was nothing to interfere with your passage. I would not expect them to use a lot of valuable water to grow grass. I suppose it could be dusty there. It was not an issue during our visit. Our site was big and level. There are beautiful views out the back of the CG. We were there two days and then moved on to Moab. We camped at Green River KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
The restaurant next door was good. There are several truck stops near by for fuel. We visited Capital Reef NP and the Valley of the Goblins SP from here.
Date of Stay:
April, 2016 -
No restrooms or showers here but we use our own. I heard there are laundry facilities but we did not need to use them. Many longer term residents in respectable trailers. There was no junk around. All the sites were large and well kept. The owner was very nice.The sites are gravel with picnic tables. We had a pull through near the front. There is some road noise but no trains. There is a nice large fenced dog park. The WiFi worked well as did our Verizon cell coverage. This location is very good for visiting Savannah. Easy ride into the city. Pulled right into free parking at the sightseeing trolley site after crossing the bridge into Savannah. Would stay here again. We camped at Hardeeville RV in a Fifth Wheel.
City of Savannah just a few miles away as well at the Savannah Wildlife Preserve. Pink Pig restaurant just down the road. Two stations with diesel near restaurant.
Date of Stay:
April, 2016 -
This is our second year here. We discovered the park last year and booked for three months for this winter. We are booked once more for the next winter season. It is a popular place for snowbirds. During the months of Jan and Feb it is pretty much fully occupied by people staying for two or three months or more. The large pull through spots are pretty much all taken during these months by people staying for the season. So it can be difficult to get a large pull through site for a shorter stay. The price is the same for all of the sites which do vary in size and may be back ins as opposed to pull through. The people here are great. Beautiful club house and this season we had fine dining at the on site café. The bathrooms look to be just fine but we use our own facilities. The laundry is great! You pay a flat reasonable fee of $10 per week or $28 per month and do all of the laundry you want to do. Dog friendly and have to say that the vast majority of dog owners this winter were responsible in their and their pet's behavior. We camped at Sanctuary RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Well located for goods, services and activities.